Jalen Duren accepts NIL deal with Bose


Jalen duren is now part of the Bose family.

the Memphis basketball The first year was announced as a member of the audio equipment giant’s First Class NIL on Wednesday, according to Boardroom.tv.

Duren is the only college basketball player in the group. Heisman finalists CJ Stroud (Ohio State) and Aidan Hutchinson (Michigan), Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder, Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams and Oregon quarterback Anthony Brown also signed deals. approval with Bose.

Bose, the official headphone and headphone sponsor of the NFL, has a list of sponsors including Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, Baker Mayfield and Justin Herbert.

Bose also supplies its varsity roster with sufficient product (either QuietComfort headphones and / or QuietComfort 45 headphones) for peer-to-peer giveaways.

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Duren has already started handing out merchandise to his Memphis teammates. Tigers goalie Tyler Harris posted a photo of Bose’s QuietComfort headphones to his Instagram story on Wednesday. He tagged Duren and added the caption, “Precise brother.”

According to Boardroom, Bose’s agreements with the six athletes will expire at the end of their respective seasons.

“After several years of working with NFL players, Olympians, F1 drivers and others in elite disciplines, it felt natural,” said Jim Mollica, Bose Marketing Director. Meeting room. “We look forward to fostering our relationships with these young athletes and helping them perform at their highest level. “

Duren is represented in his NIL businesses by VaynerSports. In November, Duren signed his first NIL deal with In-House, a digital marketplace for fashion brands run by celebrities, athletes and trend designers. The first limited-edition teaser of the Duren brand was released on Monday.

Duren, in the first nine games of his rookie season, is averaging 10.8 points – tied for second on the team. He is also the top rebounder (7.6) and is tied for 20th in the country with 2.8 blocks per game.

Contact sports reporter Jason Munz at [email protected] or on Twitter @munzly.


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